Learning About Hotels and Lodging

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Learning About Hotels and Lodging

Hello, my name is Genevieve Truman. Welcome to my website about hotels and lodging. When I was a child, my family and I would travel across the world to learn about new cultures and develop lasting friendships. During these travels, I learned about the hotel and lodging industry through an inside perspective. I decided to create this site to share my passion for hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, hostels and many other lodging options available today. I invite you to come back to my site every day to learn all you can about the amazing lodging options available throughout the world. Thank you for coming by.



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Three Unique Amenities That Boutique Hotels May Offer

Boutique hotels are becoming popular in many urban cities. These boutique hotels are much smaller than larger hotels and have a limited number of rooms. This helps to create a more intimate space for those checking in to the hotel. Many of these hotels also offer unique themes to them, rather than the standard basic themes that are found at hotel chains. If you are considering staying in a boutique hotel, here are a few of the unique amenities that you may expect to find at the hotel. 

Top-of-the-Line Bedding and Furniture

One of the amenities many boutique hotels offer is high-end and luxurious bedding and furniture. Unlike regular hotels that use cookie cutter furniture for hundreds of rooms, boutique hotels are much smaller, allowing them to use higher-end furniture and linens. This creates a beautiful look to the room and wows you when you walk inside. 

Invisible Check-In

Another amenities that many boutique hotels are starting to offer is invisible check-in. When you go to check-in to a hotel, you often have to stand in line, wait for an agent, and then provide them with the information you already provided when you booked the hotel, such as your name, address and credit card number. After traveling to get to your destination, you may just want to lay down in bed, hop in the shower or grab a bite to eat, not go through the standard check-in procedure. Invisible check-in service allows you to quickly and easy swipe your credit card on file at a kiosk or tablet and get your keys, without waiting for someone to help you. 


The last amenity that many smaller boutique hotels offer is butlers. While boutique hotels do not have the number of employees that large hotels offer, they do want to ensure all of your needs are met when you check in and stay at their hotel. As such, they often have a butler on-hand, to wait on you and your guests. This helps to ensure that you have everything you need when you need it, ensuring your stay is luxurious and that everything you need is readily available to you. 

Boutique hotels are a cross between tiny bed and breakfasts and larger chain hotels. They offer many of the services that small bed and breakfasts offer to their guests, while offering more space and more traditional offerings that regular hotels offer. If you are looking for a unique experience on your next trip, give a boutique hotel a try.